Chelsea midfield star Cesc Fabregas he isn’t completely satisfied with how his first season at Stamford Bridge went down and would give the side a score of just ‘seven or eight’ out of 10, according to the Daily Star.
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Fabregas has formed a key part of the side that has chalked up an impressive league and League Cup double this term, but that apparently isn’t enough.
The Blues lifted their first Premier League title in five years this month, but the summer arrival doesn’t think the campaign went off perfectly.
“If I have to give it [our season] a score, I’d give a seven or eight,” Fabregas said.
“The only blow you can think about was the tie against Paris Saint-Germain.
“We were solid, consistent and we have competed very well, but that second leg is the negative thing I most remember from the season.
“I believe we should’ve done better, but it’s a young team.
“The manager is building a new team based on the Chelsea of the past and I think that in the next few years we will be better.”
The 28-year-old arrived in west London from Barcelona last summer, and quickly proved that he has not missed a beat when it comes to Premier League football, making 41 appearances across all competitions and contributing with an impressive five goals and 21 assists.